One of the popular buzzwords for new and dynamic forces that re-shape how we go about business is, “disruptive.”

A disruptive innovation is an innovation that helps create a new market and value network, disrupting the existing market and value and displacing old technologies (or lack thereof). Disruptive is positive because it describes a huge leap forward in describing the impact and overall influence of whatever is doing the disrupting. Disruptive innovations improve a product or service in ways that the market did not expect—the Internet has been disruptive; the Cloud is disruptive; Apple’s dazzling array of iProducts are disruptive.

The Foxtrot technology is disruptive and has increasingly replaced old, unstructured business processes with Robotic Process Automation capabilities. Increasingly, disruptive technologies, like Foxtrot are gaining recognition for the positive impact they generate, such as Foxtrot’s timesaving and productivity contributions to businesses that rely on Foxtrot for automated data management.

The McKinsey Global Institute illustrates how Foxtrot, which automates knowledge work, is a top-ranking company in the disruptive technology market.

If you want your business to succeed, shouldn’t you be using the top-ranking Disruptor Technology, Foxtrot?

A gallery of disruptive technologies for blog post 6-29-15